Winsted-Lester Prairie Journal, March 18, 2002
Fifth graders write tongue twisters
By Jan Kappel, Holy Trinity fifth grade teacher
The fifth graders at Holy Trinity Elementary School recently read about tongue twisters in their reading books. They followed up on the lesson by writing and enjoying tongue twisters of their own.
The following are some examples of tongue twisters written by the fifth graders:
Lively Lulu loves to laugh.
Tiny Tim took two toy story toys from the toy store.
- Joe Deidrick
Silly Sally sang a song.
Sophia in cellophane sucking on a Skittle.
Stew sipped Sue's stew.
Peter Pan pricked his finger on a prickly pear.
A pretty princess picks purple and pink petunias prior to petting her perky pet pig.
Tony eats tidbits of tomatoes in Texas.
Doug digs deep in the dirt.
Max makes money on Mega Mining Machines in Michigan and Montana.
Silly Sally slipped on a slimy stone.
Many monkeys made many medals.
Cody eats cod in Canada.
Ten teddy bears trying to tie their shoes on the train on Tuesday.
Smile sweetly Sister Sally so you can send Satan sadly home.
Beth buys bunches and bunches of bubble gum for her baby brother.
Claire cooked cabbage, carrots, and cauliflower in Colorado.
Jacky Jan jumped over jam in June.
Sammy struck sixteen seagulls with seventeen salty seashells.
Timy Tim took tap dance lessons in Toronto on Tuesday.
- Tim Knott
Howard Lake-Waverly Herald & Winsted-Lester Prairie